A tacit and implied contract, also known as a “contract implied by the actions of the parties”, which can be either a tacit contract or a tacit contract, can also be legally binding. Implied contracts are genuine contracts in which the parties obtain the “benefit of the agreement”.  However, contracts implied by law are also called quasi-contracts and the solution to this situation is Quantum Meruit, the fair value of the goods or services supplied. A concrete performance order and an injunction are discretionary powers, most of which comes from equity. Both are not available by law, and in most jurisdictions and in most cases, a court does not usually order a specific benefit. A contract for the sale of real estate is a notable exception. In most jurisdictions, the sale of real estate is applicable by a given service. Even then, defenses against equity lawsuits (such as Laches, Bona Fide`s buyer`s rule, or impure hands) may be an obstacle to a given performance. The court reads the treaty as a whole and according to the ordinary meaning of the words. As a general rule, the importance of a contract is determined by examining the intentions of the parties at the time of the establishment of the contract. If the intent of the parties is unclear, the courts consider any habit and use in a given business and location that could help determine intent. In the case of oral contracts, the courts may determine the intention of the parties taking into account the circumstances of the conclusion of the contract and the course of the relationship between the parties. In India, electronic contracts are governed by the Indian Contract Act (1872), which requires certain conditions to be met in order to establish a valid contact.
Certain sections of the Information Technology Act (2000) also provide for the validity of online contracts.  When an advertisement is made in a newspaper or on a poster, the advertisement is generally not an offer, but an invitation to be treated, an indication that one or both parties are ready to negotiate an agreement.    Arbitral awards can generally be enforced in the same way as ordinary court decisions and are internationally recognized and enforceable under the New York Convention, which has 156 parties. However, in new York Convention states, arbitration decisions are generally immune unless it is shown that the arbitrator`s decision was irrational or corrupted by fraud.  Coercion has been defined as “a threat of harm that is made to force a person to do something against his or her will or judgment; in particular, an unlawful threat by a person to impose a manifestation of another person`s apparent misunderstanding on a transaction without real will.  One example is in Barton v Armstrong  in a person who was threatened with death if he did not sign the contract. An innocent party wishing to cancel a contract of coercion of the person need only prove that the threat was made and that this is a reason to accede to the treaty; the burden of proof then shifts to the other party to demonstrate that the threat had no effect in persuading the party to enter into the contract. . . .